to the last


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to the last

to the very end; to the conclusion. All of us kept trying to the last. It was a very boring play, but I sat through it to the last.
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to the last

To the end, especially to the end of one's life. For example, The defenders held out to the last but the bombs finished them. [c. 1600]
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to/till the ˈlast

until the last possible moment, especially until death: He died protesting his innocence to the last.They loved each other till the last.
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